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Militech oil has to be one of the best 1911/semi auto pistol lube's on the market. A polarized sythetic oil that illiminates metal friction wear completely after the third application. I've used it for several years now, and would stake my life on its reliability. Militech donates its lubricant to all our troops in Iraq, Afganastan, and other hot spots that our military is engauged in. Any new semi auto firearm I purchase gets a 3 dose application to insure its ready when I need it most. Alot of folks will apply it using a hair drier in bettween a 3 step application process to simulate the heat in firing. Big mistake. Apply it before firing it the first time, and every time you clean it, before the next shooting session. Being an ex-military guy I am use to using my lube's as cleaners as well, and this product cleans also. Granted bore cleaners are great for bores and stuborn non-bore area's, but Militech will do the job in most cases. I am sure alot of folks out there use it, but for the ones that havent, give it a try. I've shared this with Bob at Fusion, and on occasion you will find a sample bottle with Sigarms new purchases. My latest purchase from Bob at Fusion is a XL LS which feels like your riding on ball bearings because Fusion builds them that way. So you take a top shelf Fusion pistol, add Militech and "BANG", now there is nothing to feel at all, because your slide, and metal to metal moving parts now ride on a non-wearing shield. Thanks for your intrest, capttom. :wavey::flag::flag:
 

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Wes & Auto Mag,

I am also in the area. In fact Auto I ran around with one of your sons when we are playing with cars.

I usually head up to Superior Pawn on Blvd. on Fridays around 2-3 in the afternoon hardly ever a wait.

Wes by chance did you just complete the CERT class down at VA Beach Fire training center?

As for my new Fusion’s reliability haven’t had any issues and have also have put 8 in the eyeball of a certain person from the Middle East.:dancingbananna:
 

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Where can I find this stuff I would like to try some.
 

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Put Militech in your search engine, IE MSN, or Google. You can order directly from the manufacturer, or if in Arizona, call S&S Firearms, Tempe, AZ 480-966-1120, they generaly stock two different sizes. capttom!
 

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I like it, but Weaponshield by george fennell is the best I have ever used. George has guaranteed it will give a much smoother trigger pull and it does.
It also creates a shield and smooths everything out.

http://www.weaponshield.com/page2.htm

He gave away a ton of 1 oz bottles on different forums and gained a ton of converts like me.:) I bought a 16 oz bottle shortly after. He used to make fp-10 and this is even better.

Threads, just a few of them.:

http://forum.pafoa.org/general-2/94...-offer-weapon-shield-clp-now-avail-pafoa.html

http://forums.1911forum.com/showthread.php?t=177523&highlight=weaponshield

http://forum.m1911.org/showthread.php?t=51731&highlight=weaponshield

http://www.thefiringline.com/forums/showthread.php?t=283726
 

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Wes & Auto Mag,

I am also in the area. In fact Auto I ran around with one of your sons when we are playing with cars.

I usually head up to Superior Pawn on Blvd. on Fridays around 2-3 in the afternoon hardly ever a wait.

Wes by chance did you just complete the CERT class down at VA Beach Fire training center?

As for my new Fusion’s reliability haven’t had any issues and have also have put 8 in the eyeball of a certain person from the Middle East.:dancingbananna:
Lee, you must be into Corvettes then!!!:smile:
 
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